Magnolia Creek Alabama features Southern charm that helps women relax and focus on healing. We treat women with eating disorders who also struggle with co-occurring disorders. Our evidence-based methods take a whole-person approach to achieve recovery.
What We Stand For
At Magnolia Creek Alabama, we strive to offer the best eating disorder treatment for women struggling with eating disorders. Additionally, we acknowledge that eating disorders often come with other challenges, such as co-occurring mental health issues. As such, we’re dually licensed to offer treatment for both eating disorders and mental health disorders.
Our dual diagnosis approach to treatment is evidence-based as well as holistic. We offer treatment that emphasizes self-acceptance, validation, and personal empowerment, addressing every aspect of a woman’s life for the whole-person healing and growth.
Why Choose Magnolia Creek Alabama?
The peaceful setting that Magnolia Creek Alabama offers is reason enough to choose it for your eating disorder treatment needs. Featuring 36 beautiful wooded acres, our campus offers ample opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. It’s truly an escape from the stresses of everyday life, allowing all of our clients to focus on recovery.
The compassionate staff is also a reason to choose Magnolia Creek Alabama. While in our care, clients are so much more than just a number. Every woman that enters Magnolia Creek receives unparalleled support and care. Our treatment professionals craft customized treatment plans for each client that can be adjusted as she meets her goals and progresses.
What We Treat
We treat a full spectrum of eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder, as well as other specified feeding or eating disorder (OSFED). When addressing these conditions, our primary goal is to eliminate the disordered behavior. To do so, we teach coping skills, redefine our clients’ relationships with food and eating, and practice food-related skills.
In addition to offering the best women’s eating disorder treatment Alabama offers, we provide comprehensive dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring conditions. These can include a variety of mental health challenges, including the following:
- Personality disorders
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder
By treating both the eating disorder and any co-occurring disorders, clients have a better chance at full, lasting recovery.
How We Treat
The Best Women’s Eating Disorder Treatment Alabama Has to Offer
Magnolia Creek is truly second to none when it comes to helping women get their lives back. From a beautiful campus to evidence-based treatments, Magnolia Creek provides women’s eating disorder treatment Alabama residents have come to trust. Some treatment programs include:
- Family therapy
- Nutrition and exercise therapy
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
Levels of Care
Currently, Magnolia Creek offers two levels of care: a residential program and a partial hospitalization program (PHP). In our residential program, clients receive an intensive level of supervision and support. By living on-site, clients have access to continuous care and constant support. As they improve and strengthen their commitment to recovery by meeting their treatment goals, they gain more autonomy. During their time in residential treatment, clients attend various types of therapies and programs. Our staff designs individualized treatment plans for each client.
Our partial hospitalization program is similar to our residential program, but offers the additional freedom of living off-site. For this reason, we often call the PHP at Magnolia Creek Alabama “Day Treatment.” Clients participate in programming and therapies on weekdays, but spend nights and weekends on their own practicing and implementing the skills they learned in treatment.
Our two levels of care are designed for a step-down approach. This means that clients start with more supervision and support and it tapers off as their conditions improve. This approach serves to prepare women for the stresses and demands of life outside of treatment.